Advance provision of emergency contraception for pregnancy prevention ——– DOES NOT REDUCE PREGNANCY RATES in the populations studied.
However the reviewers conclude that it should be available anyway. (Child molesters need to have access to them).
The review claims….. studies compare populations with prescription availability to populations with over the counter availability.
The review authors do not know how the morning after pills work, and therefore misbrand them as emergency contraceptives, as does the increasingly useless US FDA.
The Center for Reproductive Rights, ever attentive to the needs of pedophiles, is encouraging the FDA to extend over the counter availability to minor girls, though there is no data on effects in this population, and particularly the long term safety. Trot over to Jill Stanek’s blog for that video and the rest of the story.